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in syria, president obama said today he is weighing limited and narrow action against the regime. he said syria has endangered the national security of the united states and has violated established norms against the use of chemical weapon. the obama administration said 1,429 people were killed in last week's chemical weapons attack, including 426 children. so far, the president has not asked congress for approval for a military strike and france is the only major foreign power to support retaliation. president obama contends there is no excuse for killing innocent people, including such large numbers of women and children. still opposition to an attack on syria is widespread both around the world and here at home. as john tells us, the president is facing a real predicament. >> reporter: an east bay physician that lived in syria as a child and visited family there as recently as five years ago. >> it's near and dear to my heart. >> reporter: the chic weapons attack on the syrian people hit him hard. >> my heart bleeds for all of these kids, women and families that have lost their lives.
closing at $459.49. this follows obama's restriction to reduce imports of apple products. >>> palo alto based electric auto maker will reduce -- >>> a lack of major news led to the lowest volume of trading this year. the markets were mixed at the close with the dow down a little more than 46 points. s & p500 closed down about 2- 1/2 points. >>> in news of the world six people were killed when a bomb exploded in the philippines today. the bomb went off as the city administrator was driving through the area in a bullet- proof vehicle. she was not injured. no one has claimed responsibility but a break away muslim faction. >>> and a tragedy in moscow. the boys were staying overnight at their friend's apartment above a pet shop. i appears a python snake snuck out of his enclosure, went up the ventilation pipe and that's how the snake reached the two victims. >>> a fukashima plant is facing a new challenge tonight. regulators say if the water reaches the surface it could quickly make it into surrounding areas and the sea. >>> just a day short of the first anniversary of the chevron refinery e
look on the white house. president obama's trade, is i impacting a ban on i-pad and i- phones. they decided apple devices violate add patent by sam tongue. later today, samsung expressed the disappointed. >>> twitter announced new features to stop abuse. instead of having to report threats, users will have a one click button for instant reporting across the platform. the button is available for apple apps. and also, twitter's banned practices such as slamming an individual with messages or opening an account to harz someone. >> major league baseball, appears poised to hand down some suspensions. espn is reporting that alex rodriguez will be suspended. word of the action comes after the investigation of the performance enhancing drugs from a florida clinic. a-rod has a place in the yankees all season because of the injury. he said last night, the $275 million contract makes him a target. >> all this stuff is going on in the background and people are finding creative ways. >> and sources tell espn, the suspensions will likely last through the season. >> warnings comes after a se
of house of republicans trying to over turn obama's care. >> they're trying to do something over and over but expecting the same result. trying to hurt the american people because they don't agree on something that's upheld and decided. >> estimated of 40 million americans are unensured of the medicare act. coverage will begin january 1st. >>> alameda county officials reached out to promote wellness and places that can use a boost. community meeting focused on helping people and those are uncorporated area that's south of san leandro and problems there including obesity and teens's pregnancy that's aimed at kids. >> the folks that live here, they know the community better than we do and the hot spots are and the troubled areas and for example if it is a bad intersection or they know there is certain gang activity that happened in certain part that we don't necessarily know. >> today's meeting to develop a health and wellness plan that'll become apart of the county's plan. >>> plus, what amanda knox is refusing what to do ahead of her roommate's death. >>> the >>> continuing coverage o civ
last week. a separate threat caused a separate embassy to be closed yesterday. >>> president obama hosted a news conference and he promised transparency on the phone surveillance program but he also said he would not stop it. >> america is not interested in spying on ordinary people. >> reporter: president obama says he will work with congress to improve privacy protections within the national security agencies surveillance programs. part of the changes will better explain to the public how they work. more transparent and an independence group reviewing the program. >> all these steps are designed to ensure that the american people can trust that our efforts are in line with our interests and our values. >>> spokesman for republican house speaker john boehner says the president has been quiet on these controversial programs for too long. and while transparency is important, he says it must not compromise the program. priority must be saving american lives not saving face. the president made this rare solo appearance in the east room of the white house taking questions from reporter
in -- the embassy offices, two remain open. president obama maintain that is the core of al-qaida has been decimated but that regional groups continue to create problems. >>> the closure showed the u.s. must remain vigilant. >> the effort of closing these embassies, shows that can stop threats and they are playing in ways that is going to pose challenges to the united states for years to come. >>> senator mccain also expressed concern about a new round of violence and bloodshed in e skwrept following his trip -- bloodshed in egypt following his trip. >>> and trump has said he has not made a decision to run for president. >> it can be half a million dollars or more. >> it could be more. i would be willing to spend. >> that kind of money? >> i would spend whatever it took. >> trump admitted that if he did run, if hillary clinton ran, she would be a tough competitor to beat. >>> and the president and his family are staying on martha's vineyard until august 18th. the white house says he will have no public appearances but does receive daily briefings. >>> an unusual courtroom twist. a judge said the bab
tomorrow night because of differences in the way the lunar calendar is reconned. >>> president obama is expected to ax questions about the recent terror alert curse an afternoon news conference tomorrow at the white house. he assured reporters today after a meeting with the greek prime minister that he would be answered all of their questions tomorrow. the news conference is scheduled for noon pacific time. the president leaves for a nine day vacation on martha's vineyard in massachusetts after that. >>> tired of those long security lines at the airport. we'll show you the new program that could help speed things up. >>> don't feel so bad if you did not win the power ball jackpot. see how your ticket is helping california's future. >>> i went, whoo. ran around the office and everybody was like, what happened what happened? what happened is that white won the jackpot from minneapolis. there were five second place california winners. including an orange county who's been out of work for two years. power ball is just a few months old here in california but lottery officials say it is al
as the official death toll rose to 638 with thousands more injured. president barack obama today strongly condemned the crack down by egypt government. >> new at 10:00, we are live in santa clara where people attending a kapbd lit vigil tonight say they knew some of those who were killed, marines. >> just about half an hour ago, the last few minutes we saw the final attendees leave. 150 people gathered at the intersection across from this road and they read tweets from people in egypt. we learned of two dozen people from egypt with one grieving family member speaking to us and sharing his story tonight. >> these are people like us who's lives were cut short, suddenly. >> reporter: dozens of people with their own ties of egypt held candles and wore white in a way to honor those killed. >> that is my brother-in-law. >> reporter: he says his brother-in-law, 37-year-old man is among the hundreds killed in cairo yesterday. >> we were told he was shot yesterday by someone within the field hospital. we could not get ahold of him this morning when his id went on tv and people started saying thi
and conservatives. >>> first dog bo obama has a new play mate. the white house web announces the adoption of a new dog. >>> a young whale washed ashore. why it's of special concern for this particular species. >>> live storm tracker 2, picking up thunderstorms activity right now. at 10:45, our chief meteorologist bill martin back with his complete forecast. >>> but first video of the lightning that is lighting up the bay area skies tonight. ♪ looks like you started to make something. ♪ oh, a green! ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] cheerios. with flavors your heart will love. ♪ find your favorite cheerios flavors. available at target. >>> more video tonight of the lightning that's been flashing all across the night sky in the bay area. these images were taken by a ktvu camera man in san mateo county. ahead at 10:45, our chief meteorologist bill martin will have his complete forecast and tell us how long these unusual conditions are going to stick around. >>> in marin county visitors to stinson beach were stunned and saddened by the stranding of a whale. scientists are especially concerned about t
't spent decades behind bars, and they're calling on president obama to act. >> on behalf of the san francisco chapter of veterans for peace, we reach out to our commander in chief and say bradley manning deserves a full pardon, mr. president. >> another supporter said he was gathering petitions to present to the president. the white house says any requests will be given due consideration like any other. >>> new recommendations about the nsa greaterring communications between americans unlawfully for years. the national security agency collected an estimated 56,000 emails and other electronic communications each year that were entirely domestic. the judge suggestioned the nsa violated the law against spying on americans. the nsa said the data collection was unable to separate information that only involved americans. >>> video from rebel organizations showed dozens of people sick and suffering and they do not show any obvious signs of wounds. the rebels say at least 100 people died, many of them women and children. if the use of chemical weapons is confirmed it would add pressure on
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